Walmart community involvement coordinator Leah Frazier (right) recently donated a check for $1,000 to Cheryl Lamkin, President of Ruston Girls Softball Association. The Association’s spring registration is currently in progress and more information is available by logging on to www. rustonsoftball.com. Additional details can also be obtained by calling Lamkin at 235-5477 or Lori at 245-2433.
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Pauline Tufi hit a pair of home runs and freshman Bailey Allen pitched a complete-game gem as Louisiana Tech split its Conference USA series doubleheader against Florida Atlantic Saturday at the Lady Techster Softball Complex.
Florida Atlantic (20-7-1, 1-1 C-USA) — which entered the series receiving Top 25 votes — used a four-run fifth inning to win the first game of the day 5-4 while Louisiana Tech (16-6, 1-1 C-USA) used a four-run fifth inning to claim the second game 6-1.
JONESBORO, Ark. — After falling behind midway through the first period, Louisiana Tech scored three unanswered goals to defeat Arkansas State, 3-1, on Sunday afternoon at ASU Soccer Park.
Upperclassme came up big for Tech (5-3) as Anne Armstrong produced the equalizer less than two minutes before halftime, and Donya Salomon-Ali and Kathryn Sloan netted goals in the second period to come away with the road win.
Louisiana Tech University has received word that the NCAA has granted their request for a waiver of the transfer residence requirement for men’s basketball freshman forward Isaiah Massey.
Massey will be eligible to compete for the Bulldogs immediately.
“This is an example of the NCAA reviewing the information we submitted and making a decision that is fair to the student-athlete,” said Mary Kay Hungate, Deputy Athletics Director and Director of NCAA Compliance. “We appreciate their efforts on Isaiah’s behalf.”